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Developing strong academic reading skills is a key outcome of a college education in general and a primary predictor of success in most disciplinary coursework. Integrating and modeling reading instruction in the classroom environment enables students to better understand and engage with the content and take part in the field’s scholarly conversation via their own writing. If you’re seeking methods and approaches for incorporating critical reading skills in your course, check out the resources below, attend a CELT workshop, and/or contact CELT staff for additional guidance and support.

Creating Space for Students' Engagement with Text - Lisa Richardson

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